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Re: HDR mastering monitorsing dering for a buy this year, or

Re: HDR mastering monitorsing dering for a buy this year, or


Steve Shaw
 
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“The Eizo CG3145 qualifies as a Dolby Vision mastering monitor”

That is what I was referring to when I used the word 'certified', as I suspect that anyone would take such a statement to mean something like that.

We often work closely with Dolby, and they were the ones that mentioned the 'acceptance' (is that a better word?) of the Eizo, and the upcoming FSI (now 3000 nits!)

I can't answer the 12 bit question, as I don't know what output cards are 12 bit capable.
But, the reason that Dolby specify 12 bits is due the aggressive EOTF of PQ HDR, and the relative (actually absolute) spacing of the bits. Anything less than 12 bits will show/cause banding.

But as there is no 12 bit broadcast signal, it is a bit of a moot point tbh.

We have also pointed out a mathematical error in Dolby's EOTF data, and are waiting for feedback from Dolby.

Steve
Light Illusion

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